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Author Topic: JPPF architecture for big environment  (Read 3571 times)


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JPPF architecture for big environment
« on: July 27, 2011, 04:43:35 PM »


I have some questions. My project is huge, and is planning to use JPPF. We are going to have 100 nodes.

- Was JPPF tested before in an environment like that before?
- How many servers should this network have? One server can handle this farm of nodes? What architecture (number of servers (drivers), load balancing algorithm) do you suggest?
- The result listener receives a bundle of node results each time. Is it possible to control the frequency that results are sent to the listener or size of the bundle of results, to receive results notification more frequently?

Thanks very much,


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Re: JPPF architecture for big environment
« Reply #1 on: July 27, 2011, 04:52:19 PM »

Hi Ricardo,

100 nodes are not a problem at all, and can be easily handled by a single server - I would recommend using a quad-core at least though
One such example is given in a user testimonial by Sandia National Laboratories:

I hope this helps,
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